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of all battlegrounds, welcome back from columbus. 2% of the electorate in ohio are women. 55%. the combination of the diversity obama coalition. you add it up, simple math. as bill clinton said, just a -- >> in that speech. there was another area that was traditionally republican, but it shifted. >> we'll do a little -- turn this up. if you look at this close presidential election, 2004, post presidential elections in american politics won the suburbs. this is the 2000 election. you see bush winning in the denver suburbs. the president wins, the democrats win in downtown. that's senator kerry in that year. but now, 2012. it's blue. in the key swing states, the democrats dominate in the suburbs. back over to ohio and let's make sure, now mitt romney did a good job. he won lake county, which is a trouble spot, but that's a big suburb just outside of cleveland, but look around columbus. sorry. outside of the columbus city where you were in, the president wins in the suburbs. down here in cincinnati and around here, this has to be for the, look at this election. go back to 2004.
springsteen holding rallies in madison, wisconsin, columbus, ohio, des moines, iowa. governor romney has been in stanford, florida, lynchberg and fairfax, virginia, columbus, ohio, and manchester, ohio, and it wouldn't be an election without a legal mess in florida. voters reporting lines up to seven hours long at some south florida early polling stations. but at the end of the day, tomorrow, it will all possibly be about ohio. the president holding a slim lead in the buckeye state in the polls. in this exclusive interview with cnn, john boehner of ohio says he believes that his state could just swing red. >> polls don't win the elections, voters do. i've been around ohio. i've done this trip around ohio for a lot of presidential races in the past. and i think ohioans vote with their wallets. that's why i think romney will win on tuesday. >> we're blanketing the battle grounds with our cnn reporters. john berman, of course, following that for us this morning. >> good morning. first up is florida. swing state considered a must win particularly for mitt romney. the most recent polling there has
cleveland. tend to do well in the middle part of the street, franklin county, that is columbus. in the southwestern part of the state this will be a surprise to the republican party not only in hamilton county, cincinnati but also a republican party across the state. this is the county that they wanted to make blue and make it red again. had not been blue until 1964, it was reliably republican territory. but you lose votes down here when you don't win the county. the other area i want to point out is these are strong republican areas up in warren county. mitt romney did really well, 69% of the vote in that county alone. go back to 2004. you want to see what you need to win that state now? if president bush was at 72%. in a close race like this 2 and 3 points in counties like that can make the difference. mike tobin is live in columbus yet again this morning. mike, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, bill. if you want to look for a cause you can boil it down or simplify it to two words, auto bailout. and to back that up let's look at some of what we got from the exit poll.
. and very soon he will be rallying the crowds in columbus, getting a boost from some a-list celebrities. meantime, mitt romney, he is traveling up the eastern seaboard with stops in florida, ohio, virginia, and, of course, new hampshire. and during the next hour we will take you live to his event in fairfax, virginia. speaking of mitt romney, he's already making his case in lynchburg and jim acosta son the campaign trail with him. hey, jim. >> reporter: with a slew of new battleground state polls showing mitt romney trailing president obama only slightly on this day before election day, the gop nominee is making his closing argument to voters. at a campaign stop here in virginia, and earlier this morning in florida, romney warned the crowd that the country could be in store for another recession and potentially another debt ceiling crisis if mr. obama gets another four years in office. romney is trying to make the case that he's the leader that can bring the country together. here's what he had to say? >> when i'm elected, the economy and the american jobs are likely to still be very st
are pushed down to the road and they never materialize. i was in columbus, ohio, during the campaign. there's an amazing guy, the mayor of columbus, a long-term democrat, and he's done a deal on finances. when the crisis hit, he cut as much as he could in the back office, things people didn't see. he hadn't cut enough. sew went to the business community and said i can carry on cutting. i can put police services, park services, things that will actually affect the city of people's desire to live here, or we can have a revenue hike. and because he had already done the cuts in the back office and he could lay them out, the business community 100% supported a revenue hike. it was a really interesting model in one city. okay, it's one city. it's not the country, but it's an interesting model of how you can use cuts. >> i wasn't going to object what you said, i was going tack to what michael said. i don't sense the republicans saying they're flexible on rates. they keep saying we cannot increase marginal rates. we cannot increase marginal rates. donnie repeated the warren buffett point which is a
county north of columbus. they've had 50 dhou votes cast. we've had one instance where something was prematurely called. >> they said this is not going to be another one of those. >> maybe not. let the votes begin to show it. >> seems to be a very early call. >> i'm just saying in terms of public perception it looks odd for us to be making a call -- >> but you know how the science works. they know the counties and expected outcome -- the -- >> look -- >> the make jup of the remaining -- >> obama folks at headquarters in chicago, they're not listening to karl. >> he won the battle but lost the war. second terms are difficult for presidents. >> a rough night for mr. rove. when we come back, the one and only bill mahl will be with us. when you take a closer look... ...at the best schools in the world... ...you see they all have something very interesting in common. they have teachers... ...with a deeper knowledge of their subjects. as a result, their students achieve at a higher level. let's develop more stars in education. let's invest in our teachers... .so they can inspire our st
to the hospital. since 1907, there has been a bar at this location on columbus avenue. it was the san francisco brewing company, performer it became the comstock saloon. >>> a prize for standing out in front of the soon to be opened chick-fil-a? free meals for a year. >> reporter: a lot of dedicated fans. this is a little game area here. if you look over here, you can see there's a dance floor, folks dancing out here, a real party atmosphere. as you look around, you can see all the tents set up in the parking lot, this is more than just a party. it's a slumber party. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: chicken fans dance the night away counting down the hours until the bay area's latest chick-fil-a opens its doors. it offers free meals to the first 100 people who show up for the opening. >> got to get in my work out somehow. >> reporter: he says he's here for his free meal because the chain has a near cult like following in his home state of tennessee. >> you have to have the air bed, and electrical outlets. >> reporter: kim is now a big fan. >> it's really good. it's homey, and it's fresh, and it tast
of columbus. they've had 50,000 votes cast. we've had one instance where something was prematurely called. >> they said this is not going to be another one of those. >> maybe not. let the votes begin to show it. >> seems to be a very early call. >> i'm just saying in terms of public perception it looks odd for us to be making a call -- >> but you know how the science works. they know the counties and expected outcome -- the -- >> look -- >> the makeup of the remaining -- >> obama folks at headquarters in chicago, they're not listening to karl. >> he won the battle but lost the war. second terms are difficult for presidents. >> a rough night for mr. rove. when we come back, the one and only bill maher will be with us. >>> here's what's happening. the president and his family are >>> welcome back to "hardball." maybe the only people more depressed than republicans today are comedians nail miss out on the comedic potential of a romney administration and also lost old friends last night, todd akin last night, joe walsh, allen west. bill maher warned us about the risk last week. let's take a l
at this location on columbus avenue. it was the san francisco brewing company, performer it became the comstock saloon. >>> a prize for standing out in front of the soon to be opened chick-fil-a? free meals for a year. >> reporter: a lot of dedicated fans. this is a little game area here. if you look over here, you can see there's a dance floor, folks dancing out here, a real party atmosphere. as you look around, you can see all the tents set up in the parking lot, this is more than just a party. it's a slumber party. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: chicken fans dance the night away counting down the hours until the bay area's latest chick-fil-a opens its doors. it offers free meals to the first 100 people who show up for the opening. >> got to get in my work out somehow. >> reporter: he says he's here for his free meal because the chain has a near cult like following in his home state of tennessee. >> you have to have the air bed, and electrical outlets. >> reporter: kim is now a big fan. >> it's really good. it's homey, and it's fresh, and it tastes good. it tastes like, you know like it came out
of the united states in columbus. >> general patton had a number of affairs. are you going to fire the general? >> greta: no -- >> what i am saying -- look, look -- i can understand how people would say, this is done and this is over. all right? that raises -- that's behind us. why then did general petraeus leave now? that's -- i mean, why didn't he just say, it came out, it was going to come out, okay, it happened, it was a language time ago, it's over. most press people say, it's over. that's it. >> greta: i am not concerned about the affair, i am concerned about the discrepancies in the stories. i am going to take the last word because we have to go. actually, pat, stay with us because i want to talk to you later. we have much more to talk about. what is congress going to do to get answers about benghazi? congressman tray gowdy is here, next. we are getting closer to the doom of the fiscal cliff. and today, president obama and speaker john boehner drawing different lines in the sand. will they break the stalemate? and if they don't -- that's coming up. >> greta: late today, david petraeus a
in columbus, ohio. shannon bream at the republican watch party if des moines, iowa. good evening, shannon. >> reporter: hello, bret. well, republicans here in iowa are hoping that romney will pull off a somewhat unexpected win. there is something down ticket that could help him. in 2009, the state supreme court here legalized same-sex marriage. that motivated and mobilized conservatives and evangelical christians. they had three of the justices that signed on to the opinion removed. a fourth justice on the ballot. that is not all. control of the state senate is control by democrats. conservatives hope to win it back to give them control of the both state houses and enabling them to pass legislation to been a the same-sex marriage. if the evident to get out the vote on the same-sex marriage issue is successful, it could help romney. secretary of state here says there have been very few complaints about the voting irregularities. the biggest complaint is vote whose didn't get the "i voted" sticker. take it now to steve brown in ohio. >> reporter: hey, shannon. yes, in ohio, the polls close
states, cleveland, ohio, columbus, ohio, and then looking to florida along the i-4 corridor somewhere between yo d orlando on a line all the way to tampa. what happens in the votes in those four places and in between, i think, determines the race. >> the one thing bile watching is the exit polls which as everyone knows, they're never wrong. >> this is what i'm going to be watching to see if i have to be up all night. these are all the different ways in which the battle grounld states can come together to produce an electoral tie. >> i will think that this election is officially over when the senior lawyers for each campaign make vacation plans for thanksgiving. >> i'll tell you when we'll know it's all over. when candy tells us. >> all good reasons to watch cnn's election night coverage. it begins tuesday at 6:00 p.m. eastern. thank you for watching "state of the union." i'm candy crowley in washington. fareed zakaria gps is next for our viewers here in the united states.
in columbus, ohio. the labor unions which basically run turnout for the democratic party, we don't have that analog. it is run by the local republican parties so we can't go in and do a lot of on the ground door knocking. we tried it in 2010. it was very difficult because we don't have the store front and we don't have the brand. we did expand the map at the end. it obviously wasn't successful. i just don't know how we could have done it differently. if you look at the exit polls, the way that obama won was on the ground in cleveland with a lot of the minority voters. i just don't know that's a job for super pacs. >> do you feel the same way that super pacs can't do this? they can't be ground efforts because they don't have a brand? >> i don't think that they can be ground efforts. you have to leave that to the campaign. romney failed on that. or the parties. but i will say the republican side suffered in some ways from having too much money. because there were all these groups, crossroads may not have a brand but each group can have one specific message that you keep driving and drivin
holidays when they helped him out. years earlier he created columbus day to win over italian-american voters. to assuage the retailers he agreed to move thanksgiving. that split this country down the middle. people were mad. half the states celebrated on the 23rd and the other half celebrated on the 30th that year. it was like that until 1942, when congress actually set thanksgiving on the fourth thursday of november permanently. another victory for fdr. so much for the hope that thanksgiving was linked to some part of american history or i guess it is. linked to presidential politicking. how about this. let's let christmas have all the time it needs and move thanksgiving again to a time we all need to pick up with family and friends like the end of february. president obama, you just got re-elected. let's get it done. it's peanuts compared to the fiscal cliff. all right. thanks for watching. see you again tomorrow at 7:00. "ac 360" starts right now. >>> good evening. we are keeping them honest on "360." the election is over and voters sent the clear message they want the nat
columbus day to win over italian-american voters. to assuage the retailers he agreed to move thanksgiving. that split this country down the middle. people were mad. half the states celebrated on the 23rd and the other half celebrated on the 30th that year. it was like that until 1942, when congress actually set thanksgiving on the fourth thursday of november permanently. another victory for fdr. so much for the hope that thanksgiving was linked to some part of american history or i guess it is. linked to presidential politicking. how about this.
and in columbus and in akron and toledo really mad, and that anger caused them to stand in line for hours to be able to cast their vote. >> mr. mayor, i heard it said with a little fine tuning, not only did it make them angry, they weren't that hot on the president to begin with. they liked him they wouldn't feverishly for him until they saw they were being kept out for voting. talk about it. >> you are a republican, michael. tell me about this. i heard exactly what the mayor said. the strategy was go out and find people that haven't been talked to, puerto ricans, get them activated. skip the guy with the gun and go with the person you think is going to be a democrat. get them activated, bring them into system and get them to vote. that's a positive, aggressive system. >> actually, you set the question up and i just want to clarify the record. what you described we did in reverse. we actually did that. that's how we were so successful in 2010. that's how we expanded the base and the reach of the party. >> how did you go it? >> we built a network of coal lathss around the country. we were
of connecticut. but first, let's go to columbus ohio to talk with lisa hamler fugate, executive director the choi association of food banks. >> thank you for having me. >> we've been following this story all week and we're happy to see the news it's going to be closer to 23 rather than $50 a month. explain to me how that change occurred. >> obviously, the ohio department of job and family services that administers the program along with advocates for the poor and hungry in the state working with united states department of can agriculture were able to resubmit a methodology taking into account propane, which is an unregulated utility in the state of ohio. but again, you're right. beat did have a mild winter but also had an extremely hot summer requiring many with health conditions to run air-conditioners and they're struggling right now to be able to pay those very high electric bills that are past due. >> lisa, your point here is one that i'm not sure that all folks understand how we understand what food insecurity looks like. you know, ever since we started talking about poverty on this poverty
in columbus, here on "the stephanie miller show." hi dan. >> caller: hey, stephanie. my congressional district is right next to john boehners, and if anyone thinks he's the voice of reason, they need to come and read the columbus dispatch to see some of the stuff that he says that is even more inflammatory than the stuff he has been saying the last week or so. he cares about one thing, and that's keeping himself in the speaker office and keeping canter out. if he makes any deal he'll have to start moving his bourbon bottles out of the liquor cabinet. thank you. >> stephanie: that's all you hear, clinking of bottles. >> just a minute. i'll be out in a minute. i have some stuff to do. >> stephanie: when eric cantor finally overthrows him that's when you'll here clink clink clink, hang on. >> i don't have that sound effect. >> stephanie: the third time you're fired. >> it smells like a staff northwestern here. >> you know, he has bottles behind the radiator, all these hiding places. >> stephanie: and he has stolen them from planes for emergencies. 58 minutes after the hour. right back on "the ste
familiar with them? there's been a couple of programs of it. one of them is right here in columbus, ohio. where they've had a few, i'm not going to say a gaggle of them but there's been quite a few. but then i heard you earlier on the delphi workers, that you and senator brown was trying to work something out for them. i just watched a program on that where they were interviewing the delphi workers themselves. they said they have no pension. they're not getting any pension. so it's kind of -- this kind of spin sounds like it's coming from you there a little bit. >> congressman ryan? >> well you know. it's a tough situation, i will tell you that, with the delphi salary folks. we have been working on it a long, long time. my former coaches and family members who are in that group, i'm not here to spin anything. i'm here to try to help them the best i can. it was a bankruptcy, it's a tough deal. but a lot of those pensions, most of those pensions have gone to the pbgc, where they are getting pension money, may not be getting all of their pension money but they are getting, some are getting
with us? we will go on to brooklyn, in columbus, ohio, on our democratic line. >> i just wanted to say congratulations to obama and his family, and go obama. >> we will go next to miami, florida. >> i just wanted to basically say congratulations, obama. i am proud to be a first-time voter. i think things are really going to change in four years. it is his second time in. i think, to the point that he is not running for reelection, the republicans in congress will -- they will stop stalling everything he is trying to do, and try to give the president a chance to change things. >> steve think this will be different? >> i definitely do. this election had a lot of name- calling, trying to attack the other candidates. people have noticed that, and have reacted negatively toward the. obviously, romney did not win the election. i think people are looking for the positive things they will do for the country, instead of, this guy is going to do this. things like that. i think it is a step forward. >> we are joined from nebraska on the independent line. thanks for waiting. >> thank you for takin
up, for days, the pundits said the election would come down to ohio. scott cohn is in columbus. scott? >> reporter: and the pundits were right. this was the state that put barack obama over the top. how did he do it? with a secret ingredient. and we'll tell you what that is when this special edition of "squawk box" continues. people really love snapshot from progressive, but don't just listen to me. listen to these happy progressive customers. i plugged in snapshot, and 30 days later, i was saving big on car insurance. with snapshot, i knew what i could save before i switched to progressive. the better i drive, the more i save. i wish our company had something this cool. you're not filming this, are you? aw! camera shy. snapshot from progressive. test-drive snapshot before you switch. visit progressive.com today. >>> we're back with this special edition of "squawk box." scott cohn is in columbus to tell us what a battleground state ohio was and how it really did change the outcome. >> reporter: it did, andrew. this state with 18 electoral votes is almost an uncanny predictor of presid
, according to what we are learning. we go live to columbus. mike, what you can report from there? good morning. >> reporter: good morning. ojaioans have been voting early and the returns show that president obama does have a lead here in ohio. the romney camp says they are not concerned, it is mauler than the lead over john mccain four years ago, they believe republicans will show up in greater numbers on election day and close that gap. you have both sides going into the home stretch, energized and optimistic about ohio. the personal contact, the door-knocking, the micro-targeting of vote rez, unlike anything seen in a previous campaign. the goal, to get out the vote. make sure no one from your base stays home or fails to cast a ballot on election day. there is the effort to persuade the handful of undecided voters. >> we are looking for the independents, the folk who is don't understand the issues or are not up on the issues and we are going to knock on doors and give them literature and talk to them and find out where they stand and hopefully, bring them on board with americans for
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